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Emeritus food science professor David K. Bandler donated 17.43 acres to Cornell Plantations' Fischer Old-Growth Forest Natural Area in the Town of Newfield. The preserve protects nearly 60 acres.

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With help from Cornell, a new beverage is making its way into stores beginning this April: It is called Vertical Water, and it's the sweet water sap that makes its way up maple trees from the soil.

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Collaborators on the Cornell Gleaning Project are discovering ways to help farmers efficiently harness the leftover crops that they don't sell to donate to food banks.

New York state could grow its $12 million maple industry into a $92 million enterprise if more maple trees were tapped, says Michael Farrell, director of Cornell's Uihlein maple center in Lake Placid.

The New York State Agricultural Experiment Station will move its grape research laboratory from Fredonia to Portland, N.Y., onto recently purchased land, with more than $5 million of state funding.

Cornell Gardening Day will be held Saturday, March 27, at Canandaigua Middle School, Canandaigua, N.Y. The event, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., is organized by Cornell's Department of Horticulture and the Cornell Cooperative Extension.

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The human hepatitis C virus is a target of drug-discovery research by a Cornell scientist and an Ithaca company, among the latest recipients of support from the New York Science, Technology and Academic Research program.